Friday, October 18, 2019

Soleful: A Love of Sneakers

Francisco Flores, a travel agent, is the owner of a large collection of rare and expensive sneakers. Flores is a burgeoning collector who started buying shoes recently, though the interest has been there for years. “Within the last year and a half, I just boomed into a huge sneakerhead, and now it’s like I’ve got to have every single shoe...

Social media usage: Man on the street

Pierce College students share their thoughts on this generation's use of social media.

Bridging the gap: The comeback story of Bridget Jenkins

It took many years for 26-year-old Bridget Jenkins to rediscover the game she loves. Despite her age, Jenkins will be playing basketball for the Cal State Dominguez Toros after having last played college basketball in 2009. This is her story. Video by: Ethan Hanson

Multimedia: Special Olympics Southern California

https://youtu.be/cAfumb_bmwY

The price of prescriptions

Aaron Isaac, opens up about growing up with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and his choice to not take medication.

But first, let me take a selfie

Emily Adad, a Pierce College communications major who was featured in The Bull magazine, is now featured in a video interview where she discusses tips for taking the perfect selfie and shards her thoughts on social media in general. Among some of Adad's tips is makeup, lighting and purpose for the photo. Adad said she thinks of selfies as an...

Gun Control: Finding Balance

Filmed & Edited by Jeremy Nation & John Gutierrez [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LnW5G6xocWQ]

The Art of Seduction

Lola Chan, who goes by the stage name of Bettie P’Asian, is a burlesque dancer who headlines her own monthly show at Bar One Beer & Wine Parlour. Chan talks about her view on the burlesque subculture and what it's like for her during her performance. Video by Mohammad Djauhari

Mother Plucker: Feather Designer Willy Zelowitz

https://youtu.be/_l9iPcMQKzA Feather Artist Willy Zelowitz shares how the process is done. In business for 40 years, Zelowitz creates feather designs any way you want them. Fifty percent of his designs are requested from the TV and Movie industry. Video by: Sonia Gurrola